I'm working on a toy Lisp implementation that outputs ATS as a compilation
target. It would be convenient if ATS had an `eval`, for instance, `eval("1
+ 2")` that compiled and loaded on-the-fly.
On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 6:05:08 PM UTC-5, gmhwxi wrote:
> Dynload is for the purpose of initializing toplevel
> name/values bindings.
> I am not completely clear about what you really need here.
> An example? A use case?
> On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 4:31 PM, aditya siram <aditya...@gmail.com
>> I was wondering if ATS supports something like an `eval` function. I
>> realize there's a `dynload` for loading a DATS file at runtime but I was
>> wondering if this can be extended to arbitrary code.
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